Try Our New BETA Version
(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)

View the book

item image

(~658 pg)Read Online
(53.4 M)PDF
(50.2 M)B/W PDF
(5.1 M)EPUB
(~658 pg)Kindle
(~658 pg)Daisy
(1.3 M)Full Text
(37.9 M)DjVu

All Files: HTTPS Torrent (2/0)

Help reading texts



An historical essay on the Magna charta of King John: to which are added, the Great charter in Latin and English; the charters of liberties and confirmations, granted by Henry III, and Edward I.; the original Charter of the forests; and various authentic instruments connected with them: explanatory notes on their several privileges; a descriptive account of the principal originals and editions extant, both in print and manuscript (1829)

Author: Thomson, Richard, 1794-1865
Subject: Magna Carta; Constitutional history -- Great Britain; Great Britain -- Charters, grants, privileges
Publisher: London Printed for J. Major and R. Jennings
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Call number: AAZ-0603
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Robarts - University of Toronto
Collection: robarts; toronto

Full catalog record: MARCXML

[Open Library icon]This book has an editable web page on Open Library.



Be the first to write a review
Downloaded 879 times

Selected metadata

Copyright-region: US
Copyright-evidence: Evidence reported by for item historicalessayo00thomuoft on August 15, 2007: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1829.
Copyright-evidence-date: 20070815153954
Scanningcenter: uoft
Mediatype: texts
Identifier: historicalessayo00thomuoft
Imagecount: 658
Ppi: 500
Lcamid: 330835
Rcamid: 332491
Camera: 1Ds
Operator: scanner-wendy-birt@...
Scanner: ias5
Scandate: 20070816131154
Identifier-ark: ark:/13960/t24b30m3p
Bookplateleaf: 0002
Sponsordate: 20070831
Filesxml: Thu Mar 18 1:12:14 UTC 2010

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)